Real Madrid currently demand a considerable fee to let Alvaro Odriozola leave permanently for Fiorentina.
La Nazione report today about the situation of Odrioziola and Fiorentina’s attempts to sign him permanently in the upcoming summer transfer window. They claim that when La Viola initially signed him on loan, Real Madrid said ‘no’ to any kind of option to buy him permanently.
Now, Real would only want to monetise the player’s sale in the summer but to do that, Fiorentina would have to pay in the region of €20-€25 million in the summer.
From now till the summer transfer window, many things can happen and things can change. But Odriozola’s desire to continue at Fiorentina could be key. It could prove to be vital to helping Fiorentina sign him for at least another season once again.
The Spaniard has impressed under Vincenzo Italiano this season, playing 19 league games and contributing to a couple of goals.